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LATIN 116
Latin 116 Final Examination (after the fact)

on Ovid's Metamorphoses I

passage 3

quod simul inposuit mensis, ego vindice flamma               230
in domino dignos everti tecta penates;

territus ipse fugit nactusque silentia ruris
exululat frustraque loqui conatur
: ab ipso
colligit os rabiem solitaeque cupidine caedis
vertitur in pecudes et nunc quoque sanguine gaudet.               235
in villos abeunt vestes, in crura lacerti:
fit lupus et veteris servat vestigia formae;
canities eadem est, eadem violentia vultus,
idem oculi lucent, eadem feritatis imago est.

 (5 pts each)

 1. List the conjugated verbs in the red portion of lines 232-3

 1. _______________  2. ________________  3. _______________

2. Syntax of loqui in line 233? _________________________

3. Form of os in line 234? _____________________

4. What noun is veteris modifying in line 237? _______________________

5. Case of veteris in line 237? _____________________

6. What did Lycaonís clothes turn into? (answer in Latin and English)

______________________            ____________________

7. What did his arms turn into?  (answer in Latin and English)

______________________            ____________________

8. What four things remained the same after Lycaonís transformation into a wolf? (Latin and English)

______________________            ____________________

______________________            ____________________

______________________            ____________________

______________________            ____________________

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